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The Press and Banner.
BY HUGH WILSON.
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1892
SiKltlen Dentil.
C'loe I,ntimer, colored, of Antrevile pieUed
cotton hII dny last We Iocs-lay. and was apparently
in her usual good lieaiili. That e\en
in:; sue whs taKeii sick aim uit-u au?ui umr
o'clock Ilrain trouble. She was about forty*
five years of age. and leaves a family 01 children.
The Literary Clnli.
The Literary Club will meet next Friday
liinht at the home of Mr. J. C. Klugh. Waiter ,
],. Miller, K-q , essayist. Subject: The Kdu-1
culiori ot Woman.
Dwelling House Itnriif.
Tho dwell!ijk house of Mr. W. N. Hall of
A.itrevllle was destroyed by fir# Tuesday of
last week.
Mk. W. R. McAdams. .ik., of Antreville,
?>n honored member of Co. G, l'Jth S. C. Reg't,
was In I own yesierday. Owl tig to 111 health
lie wis unable lo aitend the Confederate Sur\
ivors Reunion In August.
Tiik many lriends of Mips onle Rlack, will
l>e gratified to know she ha* sufficiently recovered
from her reeent Illness as to I e
able to the home of her brother-in-law, J.
K. Lomax, of Long Cane.
ThkooMoii house of Mr. George W. Foster
of Verdery was burnt last Friday morning.
About eight bnles of nit ion and other valuable
property was deslroy-d. Loss, SGiHi to SsOO.
Mr. I'ress Clink scale* ili" <1 Inst Saturday at
the home of liin failier, .Mr. Newton Cllnkscales,
sued about twenty-six years. He
leaves a young wile.
Miss Aonks Caktek. accompanied by her
hroiher, Ma*ier.lean C-rtcr,of Kiberton, are
visiting relatives near tills place.
Wantkd.?Shares in the Farmers' Rank,
for which tlie hish?*?t price will be paid in
eush. Apply at the J'ress and Banner ofllce.
tf.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
We have the natural advantage?, and In
fact every inducement to oflVr to a homewwiipi'
In nnr t?wn. Come to Abbeville the
best town in the State.
Court opened Monday, and the town was
full of persons Interested one way and the
other In Its proceedings.
Sunday after-noon the Rev. M. Dargan gave
the Methodist Sunday School, an object l?sK?n,
which the youngest us well as the older
member could understand. He used a silver
casket to represent the human heart, and a
buncn or weeds to represent sin, and lovely
flowers to typiiy the Christian graces and
beauties of character, that should fill the
heart, instead of the weeds o! sin. In his closing
reniurk.s he showed us three randies, one
lighted and burning, another gone out, and
one but partly burned out ; but blown out.
These were to Impress the uncertanlty of life.
From these objects he taught this: That now
is the time to t urn <mt the sins from the henrt.
and In their stead till It with the beautiful
rt/vmaro Af tho pollorlnn nf nnr T.nrd .T PR lis
Christ. Not to wait for h "more convenient i
season," but now is tne "accepted time."
There was somefro?.t Monday t ight.
Sow barley and rye, you will be well repaid
fir all of your expense and trouble.
Trade has been good for several da3-s. The
advanced price of cotton has brlghtend up
money matters wonderfully.
We learn that a first class bakery will be
opened In town In a few days. Good ! come
and keep coming to our beautiful little
city. Every enterprise no matter how small
we most heartily welcome.
Miss Cuddle and Miss Saldee Colhoun leti
yesterday for Augusta, to attend the marriage
ol Miss Alice Clark of that city.
Mrs. Aurella Rucker left for Greenwood,
where she will visit friends for a few days.
Miss Lucia McGowun and Miss Sophia Haskell,
are visiting relatives iu the country.
The roses are now in full blooin, and are
perfectly beautiful. Our fall-roses are more
perfect than those that bloom iu Spring-time.
Trulv this is the Sunnv South, the Flowery
Land.
Miss Mary Huhhard from Virginia.rnme
lust Saturday to take a position in the Public
School.
Mrs. Mary Parker has a class of small children.
She teaches the kindergarden sys
'tern.
Mm. Lt. Gov. Gary entertained ? neraber
of her friends in a very'delightful way last
Thursday and Friday nights. In honor of her
jjuesl. Miss Marie Annie Stovall of Augusta.
Mrs. J. 8. Norwood and family returned
from Oakland, Md., last Friday, where I hey ,
have been spending the summer Mrs. Norwood's
sister, Mrs. Blackmun, from Cincinnati!,
returned with her.
Mrs. Heard and Mrs. O'Farrell, retu:ned to
Athens last Saturday.
Miss Annie Stovall of Augusta, after quite
a pleasant visit to friends in this place, relumed
home on Tuesday.
Mr. Wiley Smith spent one day In town lasl
week.
Miss Heart, a young lady from Charleston
is In Abbeville tills w? ek togetuua painting
class. She has some very flue speciclrnens ol
her work.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henry cave a most delightful
pari.v la?t Thursday night, tbut was
enjoyed by all that participated.
The trusiees of the new Public School had a
meeting last Saturday and decided to wait
until the new building was complete before
opening school. <
Mrs. Wyatt Aiken Is spending this week
with her mother.
Mrs. James Eason, who has been spending
the summer with her mother, Mrs. Dr.
Gary, returned to her home in Charleston, last
1 Ut'SUUy .
????
Contribnted Lnenls.
Abbeville. S.-C., Oct. 12. 1K92.
Last Friday and Saturday were busy days
lu town. People were here from Honea Path
selling cotton and buying goods and were
much pleased with out market. We hope
they will come again.
There wasu white fiost last Monday morning
Mr. J. Waller Door, of (ieorgetown, arrived
in our city last Monday and will in a fe^ days
established a first class bakery In Abbeville.
The Infant son ol Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg
died last Saturday afternoon after a lew days
illness. The remains were interred In the
Jewish cemetery at Columbia after approprla
te services lu their faith.
Mr. Lowton Uobert*ori after a short visit to
liis heme in Honea Path relumed to Abbe
ville last Monday afternoon fead for business.
If you want a sure cure fo?a mashed finger,
ask Mr. J. K. Buchanan, whl can be found In
Wblte Brothers store, lie can give you a
quick remedy.
The three story brick hotel at Calhoun
Falls city Is finished and Is ready for rent.
All that Is necessary to make 11 a success is a
tenia! proprietor and a nuinb-r of uuests.
Several stores have beenopeiud on the first
lloorof the building.
Calhoun Falls city Is bidding iiualnst Abbeville
for the railroad shops ot the U.,C.N.
We leain that the Laud syndicate theie have
donated 80 acres ot land and made promise
of a round sum of money. Abbeville should
get amove on her or po>sibiy be left out In
the cold.
Our Council should p iss an ordinance forbidding
any team hitched to any vehicle to
be left standing on the street unhitched, or
without. Its owner- us hum such iiHt'llirf nee
much damage might, and we believe hue
been done more than one. "An ounce of
preventive is worth a pound of care.'' 1'ut a
moh to UiIh before Mnne one is killed or
maimed by runaway teams.
Mr. J. A. Harris has bought the Noble place
and has gone to work to make It one of the
prettiest plaoes In town.
Dr. G. A. Neutf'er has bought the old homestead
of Dr. Isaac Branch, from Dr. II. D.
Wilson, and will soon move to Ills uew home.
Miss CiirIks Hughes, of Anderson, is In the
city visiting her lather and family.
Our Grand .Jury did good and quick work
last Monday, having passed on 10 bills.
Four murder cases for the Court.
Cotton Is roiling in rapidly and our streets
presents a business like appearance.
Married October 9th, by Hev. M. I>argan,
Mr. J. ('. l'ursley and Miss M. J. Edwards.
All of Abbeville county. M.
See how to preserve 25G pounds of fruit, to
matoes, Ac., for one dollar. American fruit
preserving powder and liquid will do it. No
need to keep the vessels air tight. For sale
only at Speed's Drug Store.
Do you smoke? Call for the "Hand made
S. and (). Conservative" cigar. Sold only by
A.M. Hill & Sons.
If you want the best sewing machine on the
market, buy the New Home from D. C. L>uPre.
Green wood, S. C.
Heath & Co. have quite a reputation for sellins
good cotl'ee. They have Just received ten
bags ol that celebraied brand "Mara," which
j> uiifAvcuvu iu ijiiuui/ uuu uo?vu
A big lot of good grain cradles now ready
or you at Smith & Son*.
The place to get what you want In drugs,
palnts.olls,tobacco,&c. speed's Drugstore.
Henlh <fc Co. have in stoe/s twenty dozen
biskets wblcb they oiler at o and 10 cents
each.
New millinery, laces, dotted swing, ribbons,
flowers, etc., Just in at Haddon's.
Duke cigarettes at jobbers prices always on
hand at Speed's Drug store.
Something new ! Hygela chewing tobacco
at A. >1- Hill & Sons.
C. H. Hammond & Co , are head quarters for
line Trunks, Valises, etc.
The tlrst cold snap will put you to thinking
about winter dresses, winter hats, winter
shoes, wraps. &c. You will ttnd a good stock
to select from at Haddou's.
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SOUTH CAKOLINA SYNOD,
'flic DclctfnlcM Who lire Coming, nml
I lie II o m cm to Which Ihcj Will be
n rii-omni.
The South Carolina Synod will meet in the
Presbyterian church ut Abbeville, Tuesday,
October is, 18U2, ut half-past seven o'clock in
the evening.
ltev. G. 1(. iirackftt, of Charleston, the retiring
Moderator, will preach the opening
sermon.
The sesKlon of the Synod will continue until
Friday u lulu or Saturday morning, when
it will adjourn.
Our people Iiave innKtu lorwuru lu nuo
meeting wiili much Interest.
Every house In town will be an open home
for members of the Synod, uud each delegate
will rind a cordial welcome to any and every
home.
The head of every household in town has
sought the pleasure and privilege of enterItaining
guests, and everything possible will
be done lor their comfort.
The committee of arrangements is W. A.
Ta.nnlalnn tio/.rira VVIllljt A _ H. Morse. J. A!
leu Siaitli/lt. M.IIaddon.'
GEORGE WHITE.
Rev. W. S. Bean. J. E. McCntchen,
Rev. J. G. Henderson. X. B. Goodman,
Rev.G.R.Braekett,I).l>..C. X. Averill.
i? w. WHITE.
Rev. J. H. Thorn well, J. A. Boyd,
Rev. .1. M. I'lowden. J. E. Boggs,
Kuv. W. It. ALkiiiNon. D. 1).
J. S. COT1IRAN.
Rev. F R. Renttie,P.P.,\V. J. Purant,
Dr. A. K. Anderson, Thou. Trlplett.
Rev. Hugh McLees, Rev. T. M. MeConnell.
K M. IIADDON.
Rev. T. II. Law, P. D., Rev.D.C. Rankin, D.D.,
W. T helsoll, Mr. McUunn.
W. JOEL SMITH.
Pr. S. M. Smith. Pr. J. B. Shearer,
W. E. James, J.P.Glenn.
.?. ALLEN SMITH.
Rev. A. A. James, J. H. Alexander, M. P.,
Rev. \V. G. Viirdell, Rev. J. R. Pow.
R. C. WILSON.
Rev. H. C. Fennel, W. I>. Rhodes,
R. C. McFaddoo, Rev. W. P. Jacobs.
A. B. MORSE.
Rev. J. L. McLees, Rev. D. E. Frlerson,
A. B. Towers, Rev.T. R. English,
Rev. J. N. Craig, I). D, Wm. Dorrab.
W. A. TEMPLETON.
J. A. Rogg?, C. W. Tune,
Uev. C. A. 15 Jennings,D. H. Templeton,
Rev. B. P. Reld, Rev. N. J. Holmes.
MISSES CATEK.
J. C. Cotton, Rev. R. C. Ligon,
J. A. Anderson.
J. H. LATIMER.
Rev. J. S. Cosby, D. D., Rev. J. A. Wilson,
i>... n- rv m.li iinmp itw w I Mok'uf
HC?. ?T. 1. *U?nionC| uv?? ?? ?? .
J. O. EDWARDS.
R. C. Gillliim, M. A. Thomson.
J. M. GAMBKEI.L.
Kev. B. F. Clifford. A. M. Erwln.
W. O. BRADLEY.
Kev. W. F. Pearson, R. T. Morrison.
H. P. MCI L WAIN.
A. T. Mcllwaln.
R. E. cox.
J. N. Seawrlght, H. M. Pennel.
J. M. GILES.
(.* Mcl). Miller, Mc. Cocliran.
T. P. ^CARLES.
J. B. L Walpole.
C. D. BROWN*.
Rev. Q. A. Blackburn, E. R. MIIIh.
C. V. HAMMOND.
Rev. II. G. Glllund, E. 0. Johnson.
T. P. THOMSON.
E.Wright, Rev. W. H. Workman
F. HENRY.
I. D. McConnel, Rev. W. G. White, Jr.,
H. W. Bradlej.
R. K. HI LI..
Rev. W. W. Ratchford.R. J. Belk.
MRS. TUSTEN.
S. T. McCol lough, Rev. J. R. Riley.
MRS. MARRY.
Dr. R. E.Thompson. Rev. T. C. Llgon.
L. W. PERRIN.
Uev. W. W. Mills, Rev. Jus. McDowell.
MRS. LYTIIGOE.
Rev. J. C. Oebler, D.S.Henderson.
J. R. BLAKE.
R. V. Bray, Prof. J. R. Blake.
J. W. Shelor, Rev.W. Cuttlno Smith.
L. H. RUSSELL.
S. P. Boozjr, Dr. Job Boozer,
H. D. Boozer.
T. c. SEAL.
R?v. J. W. McClure, J. O. Turntpseed.
Rev. T. F. boozer, N. A. Belhune,
A. U. Means, J.M.Shever,
James McCulchen.
MISS LUCY WHITE.
Dr. N. M. Edmunds, Anthony White.
MRS. M. C. MILLER.
Rev. R. E. Henderllte, Mr. Scruggs.
REV. M. DAKGAN.
Rev.S. H. Hay, T.B.Murray.
w. v. clinkscai.es.
Uev. W. L. Boggs, J. L. McCarley.
J. M. J.AWSON.
Rev. J. B. Swann, J. M. Robbing.
J. K. LTON.
Rev. II. P. Smith, W. B. Thomson.
W. A. LEE.
T. C. Gower. ?
W. D. WILSON.
Wm. Wilson, W.B.Thomson.
MRS. JAMES TAGOART.
J. I. Daniel, R. Harvln.
J. M. KTRBY.
Newton Smith, W. M. O'Bryan.
UK. J. L. WILSON.
.1. H. Wilson, Dr.J.L.Glrardeau, I).D.
S. N. WILLIAMS.
Uev. C. Ii Stewart. C. E. Beckwell,
Samuel McCormnck.
J. F. MILLEK.
H. P. Dendy, M. B. Pendy.
J. D. CHALMERS.
Rev. J. Hayne Leard.
(JEN. S. MCOOWAJf.
J.C. KnKter. Rev. A. O. Wardlaw,
Rev. W. C. Humphreys.
K. R. HEMPHILL.
.lames Hemphill.
w p xrrcnwAV
Kev. J. G. Fair, Itev. J. O. Lindsay,I).D
RKV. V. Y. PRESSI.Y.
James McCutchen, I). E. Gordon.
W. H. PARKER.
Kev. J. G. Klchards, G. H.O'Leary.
MIShES MCCANTS.
Kpv. J. K. Dnnlop, Kev. J.K. Havne,l>.P..
Kpv H.B.Zernow, Kev. J. T,. MoLln,
W. B. Koblnson, J. M. Gllland.
THE COTTON MOVEMENT.
Farmer* are Hurrying a .Short Crop
Into the Market.
THE WORK OK THE (1 INS.
Up to last Monday night the aggregate
work of ginning and packing done at the different
ginneries, was as follows:
. Oil Mill ?>7 bales.
Henry Ginnery 820 bales.
I i*ti.DAn'u /' innurf Koine
Total 1011 bales.
Shipment*.
G., C. A N.
I'revlouHly reported fiss bales.
Shipped since last report 6.'$5 bales.
Total to Monday night 1323 bales.
BV R. it I).
Previously reported :181 bales.
Shipped since last report $15 bales.
Totul to Monday night 71f! bales.
The Oil Mill.
Pounds Seed. Gallons oil.
Oct. G 17,85(i 372
Oct. <> night 21,822 434
Oct. 1 21,080 40:{
<tct. 7 night 21 8*0 431
(let. 10 20,904 403
Oct. 1U night 21,720 41s
.Shipped (J.200 gallons.
IiraM SALE!
SJfofn aF Swwiili fin mini a
UUIilV/ ''1 WWUi 11 vim uiinu]
Abbeville County.
H. I'. McGee against W. T. Latimer.?Mortgagee's
Sale.
Kv vrnTTTR OP TIfK AUTHORITY CON
ferret! upon me In a certain mortgni;e executed
by \V. T. Latimer to me on the 18th d?y
of December, 18S9, to sell the real estate below
described, In case default should be made in
the payment ol the debt secured thereby,
I do hereby offef for sale aDd will sell ou
SALEDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1892,
being tbe 7lh day, at Abbeville Court House,
S. C.. between the hours of 11 u. in. and 3 p. ni.
tbe following described real estate, to wit:
All that tractof land, being the homestead
or W. T. Latimer, containing
One iDQdred and Eighty-Fire Acres,
more or less, bounded by FIstate or M. Krwin,
Jas. Johnson, deceased, >1. L. Latimer and
others.
Soid as the property of W. T. Latimer to
satisfy the aforesaid mortgugeand expenses'.
TERMS-CASH.
H. P. McGEE,
Mnrt era era a
XUUl UC.UIC.UUI
Oct. 10,1892, 4t 00
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OK ABBEVILLE,
COURT OF COMMON 1'1-EAS.
Rosa Griffin el ai Abe London et at.?Partition.
u.. .
JLJ1 V1KTUIS ??r A JN UKUU-K Uf (SALJS.
made in the above stated case, I will offer for
sale at public outcry at Abbeville C. H., S. C.
onSALEDAY IN NOVEMBP]R, 1SD2, wihln
the legal hours of sale, the following described
property, situate InJ said State and County,
to wit: All that track or parcel of land, con'
tainlng
One Hundred and Twelve [(112]
Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of R. C. CoN
houn, M. B. Lipscomb, and Saluda River.
TERMS OF SALE.?One tblrd cnsh, balance
on a credit of one and two years in equal
Installment!), with interest from day of sale,
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage
of premises, with leave to pay all cash. Purchaser
to pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH, Master.
Oct. 12,1892, 4t.
Masters Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
LUU.M1 Wf ADD1'j\ lljLirj,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
Geo.3. Wilson et al, Adm'r., against James
A. Wilson.?Korclosure.
By VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OK SALE
made in the above stated case, I will otter for
sale at public outcry at Abbeville C. H., S. C.,
onSALEDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1892, within
the legal hours of sale, the following described
properly, situate in Baid State and County,
to wit: All that track or parcel of land, contalng
Une Hundred Twenty Two and
One-Half (122 1-2) Acres,
TERMS OF SALE.?Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH, Master.
Oct. 12,1SU2, 4t.
"Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLK.
COURT OK COMMON PLEAS.
The Trustees of the Estate of f)r. John De La
Howe against W. C. Iieoet et al.?
Foreclosure.
By VIRTUE OF AN OKDEK OF SALE
made in the above stated case, I will oGer for
sale at public outcry at. Abbeville C. H., S. C.,
on SALEDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1892, within
the legal hoursof sale, the following described
property, situate in said State and County, to
wit: "All that lot or parcel of land, sold as
the property of Thomas Thomson, decease^
known as the
Brick Law Office.
fofrviA*! ? A,.?nrvlA,l Kmr * U r% on M ThAmnu rr?wvrv^
son as a law office, and bounded on ttie South
by the Public Square, on the East by the Perrin
Law Office, on the North by the lot of D.
O'Neal & Son, and on the West by the Wooden
Law office;
Also, that !ot or parcel of land, sold as the
property of Thomas Thomson, deceased, and
known as the
Wooden Law Office and Lot,
bounded on the South by the Public Square,
on the East by the Brick Law Office of the
said Thomas Thomson, deceased, on the
North and West by the Building and Lot of
I). O'Neill & Son."
TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance
on a credit of twelve mouths, with interest
from day of sale, payable annually, secured
hv bond nf Durchnser and morteaee of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH, Master.
Oct. 12.190-2,4t
JVIast.er's Sale.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON I'I.EAH.
Geo. S. Wilson et al. Acinus, against T. s. Gordon.?Foreclosure.
I "R-.
"Y YIKTUJS OK A.\ UliUfcli Iir SALiV,
made lu the above stated case, I will otter for
sale at public outcry at Abbeville C. II., S. C\,
on SALEDAY IN NOVEMBER, lbitt, within
the legal hours of sale, the following described
property, situate In said State and County, to
wit: All that tractor parcel of land, containing
Two Hundred and One (201)
Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of A. (>. Hogan,
Estate of W. H. Bowie, E. Westfleld and
others.
TEKMS <)F SALE?Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGII. Master.
Oct. 1?, 1892, It
Ladies hand knit cupes cheap at Win. IS
Bell's.
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Wm. E. Bell
HAS EVERYTHING J.N
Ladies Goods this Season from a ParvP
"Pino a TTHn^ "F,nT' "\^7Vfl.TY
jj U X Vii X 111U UV LV -X" XXXV/ -U- ux ? ? W^>
LARGE stock of Dress Good * in all the new Fabriques and stylos. Fur
Trimmings to match. Also full line of Braids, Changeable Silks and
Mole Skin Trimmings to match every dress. "SILKS"?the Regatta Silk outwear
2 Gro Grain Silks. I have them at all prices.
Hats and Bonnets
IN every shape the trade will call for. All the new shad<? and styles in
Ribbons and Velvets.
v
wraps?
1WI Y stock of Ladies and Children's
THE M Wraps is larger this season than
m # ever before.
\mmKf gloves.
1. 1 fWlO any one wishing to buy a pair
1 C/ ^ "N nfeZNn 1 " Kid Gloves 'I will say''The
I G nl^^J R I Royal llook Glove" is the best one
'- Grii^&C&jn I that has ever been placed on the marB
^ -rr I kef. Kverv pair warranted not to rip
a &6\ \ or burst, if it does the money will be
M gaszsigMwS m refunded, and'I insist on your return
QB lug uicuh a ?v,v vi v-"
/ i SHOES.
ELEMENT & BALL'S WINTER
% ? Shoes just received. I have tbe
j best SI.?5 Ladies Shoe in town. Wben
in need of Sboes give me a chance and
|T ' I will save you money.
Bargains in Dress Goods.
T HAVE a few patterns left in Plain Henriettas that will tie sold for les*
n ? 1 - * A i-i. - 1 - -4 mi - ai .J x
B than cost. 2oc goods at 17c, ouc gooas ai 4/jc, goous ui ?i guouB au
75c. You should see the goods. All good colors. I have a full stock in every
department which will be sold as cheap as goods can be bought.
Mrs. Mary Taggart,
the well known Dress Maker of Abbeville, ha* charge of the dress making department
and is turning out some stylish work.' Give her your work and you
will get a stylish dress. She cuts and fits on short notice.
Thanking the ladies for past favors, I remain Very Respectfully,
WM. E. BELL.
FACTS and FIGURES
FROM
J.R.MINTER,Jr.
1. It is a fact that 1. Bert Room Suits
I have the largest *8.30 to *75.
n4-/\/4lr r.i imi fn nn ill I b) t3 4..,. 4ir? t A I
mi nniii^ "ii ruriur oiuin ip-*-*
the county., I to $100.
2. It is a fact that :}. Berts $1.25 to
I have the cheapest Lf 12.
stock in this part of 4. Bnreaiw $4 to
the State. ?;*>*
JJJ mi*}*
3. It is a fact that 5 Waslistanrts 95c.
I am consequently $12.
never undersold. (. Chaivs 4()c fo
4. It is a fact that 75C
I can save you inon- - Rockers fl to
ey if you only deal
with me. tT" Tir ^
8. Mattresses $1.7o
to $15.
| 9. Spring* Mattressjes
75c. to $7.50.
j 10. Safes $1.75 to
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Don't forget Yours to Please,
J. R. MINTER, JR.,
ABHTCVILLK, S. C.
The State of South Carolina, (mnr A T T T A \1PP OTAFIP
COUNTY OF A HUE VI U.K. - j ft A\| I' \ llli
IMtOHATK COURT. I 11L HLLlil 11L)Li Jll/ULi
In the matter of the Estate of Andrew Ague
w, Deceased. AT
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
A1.I> persons indebted to said estate must
settle without delay, and those holding A Tfc 'l |1 MTTM7 4"k Tk
claims against I he estnle must present thein I 1 II I ] I III I ,1 | II II II
properly attested to , ? |_ U lj li III 1/1/ II || 11
~_??r _ ^ (UHLiiii nuuu
Teachers Examination. j ?will have a ?
rjillK Hxuinlnntlon nr while leaclifirH will he
1 held oil l-"riclii.v.lilOctober next. In Abbe- MDIIT A TT?I?MFWr
vllle Court House, at lo o'clock a. in., nnd the i 1JJ TV ill/ V Jjil X ItjJjl'lUil 2
colored teachers on Saturday,'2'Jnd following, j
commencing ut the same hour. !
K. COWAN, | T<rTT,'X'rP "\VTTnT'"K"
Oct. f>, 1802, :>t School Commissioner, j
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nnvrnirmn mnmn imrmnTi
ALL School (.Malms of I he fi.?icn 1 year from uumim 'rnwn jsuim
Nov. 1st. I Mil. to Oct. 31st, 1812. ure (1(> I
J Hired by i lie School Commissioner to be hand|?d
In by November the 1st to be registered. ! 1 AI Lit AS
I K. Cowan.
1 School Com m Istoner. j _ TIFltT I
| Get one of >1 Inter's solid oak suits nt Sl(i.f>0.1 lflf X X fX.^^XAx\. li
|The best bargain In town.
Our inotto?"Sell shoes,'' "Take cure of the !
home trade," "Guarantee satis taction." C. P.! . , . .
Hammond & Co. t Dresses cut and fit or made to order In the
Brown homespun lor nil at the very lowest i J"}?!1 .f.^^lon^ reUHon<,bl? Prlces l,y M,8S
i>rlce. Wu.E. lie)I. ! ( luik at uaudou s.
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Unrivalled Stock of Fall ^
and "Waiter Millinery
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and Dress u-ooas
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Will be put on sale. Pattern Hats and %
Bonnets. Tlie latest production in Artistic
Millinery. Elegant designs from which to
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make your selections. 'rue latest tints in
Glace or Iridescent Velvets, Double face, J
Moire and Two-toned Ribbons, Fancy Feath- ||
ers, Wings and Quills to match every shade.
uress u-ooas. ?ii
OQ OR MORE CHOICE DRESS PATTERNS, no two alike. Our
%#^Fall showing of new styles exceeds in attractiveness, number of exclu- . j
sive patterns and actual value that of any house in this part of the State.
All the rich colorings and fashionable shades?Picador, Pivoine: Pharion, Bleu . t <
Neuf, G'Eilinotte, Daim, Savane, Etc. Also a variety of Iridescent Chev- r
ron and Moire Suits. Extra values in Dress Goods will be shown for the
next 30 days. . }
Dress Trimmings./ 41
Every season adds prestige to this department of our business. Our fall '
showing embraces Novelties in Russian Bands, Novelties in Silk Feather \ *
Bands, Novelties in Jet and Silk Braids, Iridescent Silks, Velvets, &c.
Dress Silks.l
Hard tinie9 no barrier to any one wishing to purchase a black or colored ;
Silk dress. Thje greatest values ever offered in this market. 10 pieces
all silk Bengalline, Rhadme Armures, Gros Grain, &c., on sale this week at . 'm
prices we've never named before. ' ' ,
Iridescent and Swivel Silks, just the thing to trim your new fall dress or
brighten up an old one.
How easy to select your fall dress and hat, when you are satisfied on two,
points : Correct Styles and Correct Prices. A look through our immense stock
will convince you on both.
The Public Schools and Colleges will soon open. You may need a
Hat, Dress, Cloak, Shoes. Hose, Gloves or Underwear for your daughter.'
We thought of this months ago.
Its early yet to think about Cloaks, but we were in the market in time to
get over 100 choice light weight garments that are actually worth 25 per cent.
more than we ask for them. They won't last long at our price.
W ooien Lrooas.
No higher, if any difference cheaper. Our fall showing of 6-4 Flannel
Sacking, Storm Serges, Skirt Flaunels, &c., will interest those who are in
need of such goods.
BROAD CLOTH. -1
No material make9 a handsomer Winter dress than Broad Cloth. They
come in a variety of shade?, Navy, Tan, Light Gray, Myrtle Green, Garnet
and Black, 52 inches wide. 6 yards makes full dress. ;-$jj
Housekeepers will be delighted to know that we have added a full line of
Table Liuens from 25c. to $1.50 per yard. 75 dozen Linen Towels, from 5c. \
up. 25 dozen Linen Doylies and Napkins.
"Rvrra value in a bleached Damask Towel 27x40 inches at 29c.
Columbia Zephyrs 2 aud 4 fold in all the staple colors. Germantown
and Saxony Yarns.
CORSETS.
Thomson's R. H. Lon& Waist, Thomson's G, Thomson's E,. Thomson's
Abdominal, Thomson's N, Ball's Corsets, all numbers, Warner's Coraline aud
Warner's Health. Our 39c. Corset takes the lead for a cheap Corset.
Lace%Curtains, Tapestry, Cretones, Silkaline, Drapery Fringe, Scrims,
Madras, &c. ,
Art Embroidery Materials, Stamped Linens, Lace Cushion Tops, <tc.
Fast Black Hose, extra long, full fashioned, I
Kid Gloves, Black and Colored, 4 button length, Foster hook, the best
Kid Glove for $1.00 and $1.50, Mosquetairs, Tans, Brown and Black.
The prevailing New York styles you can buy from us at one-half the
usual city price.
6 pieces 36 inch Wool Plaids, beautiful patterns, cheaper than linsey.
20 pieces 30 inch Dress Fabriuues at a price which will surprise you.
Economic Foot Wear?Four leaders In Ladies fine Kid Button Shoes,
$1.50; $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 aud $3.50, widths, B, C, D and E last.
Notions and Small Wares. *
Needles, Pins, Hair l'lns, Safety Pins, Cur- Feather Boas, Silk and Gloria Umbrellas,
tain Pins, Agate Buttons, Pearl Buttons, Ladies Gossamers, Jersey Gloves, Wool
Dress Buttons, Crochet Buttons, Shoe Polish, Mitts, Zephyrs, Worsteds, Wool Knitting
Sewing Machine Oil, Sewing Machine Nee- Yarns, White and Colored Cotton Knitting
dies. Bands. Shuttles and Bobbins, Trim- Yarns, Itubber Hair Pins, Silver and Gilt
ming Braids, Stay Binding, Skirt Braid, Fin-' Hair Pins, Scarf Pins, Jet, Gilt and Silver
lshlng Braids, Dutch Lloen Braids, Rlek Kar Props, Initial l'lns. Lace Pins, Gilt and
Back Braids, Novelty Braids. Silk and Mo-i Silver Hair Ornaments, Leather a??l Canlialr
Braids, Table Oil Cloth, Dress Shields, vass Belts, Leather and Velvet Zones, Hand
Silk oil Cloth, Rubber Cloth, Wash Em- Satchels, Shoe Hooks, Tooth Brushes, Hair
broidery Silks, Arasene-Silk Cords, Silk Gir-! Brushes, Dressing Combs, Roach Combs
dies, Silk and Jet Braids, Ribbon Fringe, j Tuck Combs, Swandowu and other Face '
Ribbon Fronts, Silk and Feather Trimming, Powders.
Dresses Cut and Fit
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Or made to order, by Miss May Clark, an experienced Dress Maker, who
has charge of our Dress Making Department. Mail orders receive prompt
attention.
The Ladies are Cordially Invited to Examine
our Stock.
Very Respectfully,
R. M. Haddon Co.
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